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Hoosier Security named September 2023 Certified Minority Vendor of the Month by Mayor Joe Hogsett

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INDIANAPOLIS – On Friday, September 8, 2023, Mayor Joe Hogset and Director David Fredricks of OMWBD awarded Hoosier Security, a commercial security integration company, as the Certified Vendor of the Month for September 2023.

“Hoosier Security is not just an innovative local business, they’re also a key partner in the City of Indianapolis’s public safety strategy,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett. “And as a local minority-owned business, they are representative of our city’s diverse and thriving economy.”

With 11 years of experience and two locations in Indy and Detroit, Hoosier Security has been designing, selling, maintaining and implementing security systems for businesses, schools, multifamily properties and industries. Hoosier Security, founded and led by Armando Perez, offers advanced camera systems, access control systems, Motorola radio communications, fire and burglar alarm systems, and AI-driven video monitoring systems. They have also developed a unique video monitoring platform called Site Watch: Active Security that turns camera systems into digital security guards creating safer facilities and preventing crime instead of just documenting it.

Hoosier Security is the largest provider of B*Link cameras in Indianapolis, managing over 50% of the city’s camera systems. Their technology aids the IMPD in responding to and investigating crimes in the city. Additionally, the company is committed to fighting child abuse and human trafficking, supporting the kNot Today initiative through partnerships and sponsorships. Hoosier Security has recently pledged to donate all profits from their first Motorola Radio sale to this non-profit organization.

“We are honored to be named the Certified Vendor of the Month for September 2023,” said the CEO of Hoosier Security, Armando Perez. “This recognition is a testament to the dedication of our team to provide the best security systems and services to our clients. We are committed to helping businesses, schools, and communities stay safe and secure and do our part to help improve public safety in Indianapolis.”

About City of Indianapolis Office of Minority and Women Business Development:    

The Office of Minority and Women Business Development (OMWBD) is committed to serving businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans, and people with ADA disabilities. The agency helps you access contract opportunities from the city, county, municipal, and privately funded projects in Central Indiana.     Businesses interested in becoming certified as a minority, woman, veteran, or disabled-owned business enterprise can learn more about the process and connect with OMWBD  here.  

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